Bradley, Berryhill and Henning with strong Fridays

by Transition Hoops Report

From Timberline High School, six teams played double headers on Friday, giving us a great chance to see players in different match ups. Here are seven players that stood out.

Class of 2015

Gibson Berryhill (6'0 SG Timberline HS, ID) - Berryhill had some great moments throughout the game against Lewiston. He is a really good shooter and has a nice feel for the game. He will be a solid small college player.

Bryce Gonser (6'3 PF Timberline HS, ID) - Gonser made some electric plays in transition finishing above the rim. He is a slasher that can beat players to the rim and finish through contact.

Class of 2016

Evan Henning (6'6 PF Boise HS, ID) - Henning came out a little flat in Boise's match up with Lewiston but became more aggressive in the second half, attacking the basket and finishing. His size and ability to knock down 3s created some match up problems which is one reason why he remains an intriguing prospect.


Dylan McGee (6'2 PF Boise HS, ID) - McGee played agressive from start to finish. He really went to the boards and attacked the defense with his dribble penetration.

Travis Yenor (6'7 SF Ambrose HS, ID) - Yenor seemed to pick and choose his spots against Bishop Kelly. He knocked down a couple of nice catch and shoot 3-pointers and also finished some tough plays inside.

Class of 2017

Trystan Bradley (6'7 PF Lewiston HS, ID) - Bradley was impressive on the day in both of Lewiston's games. He clearly understands positioning in the post and has a nice feel for the game. He finished well around the basket and showed off an ability to hit the 15 footer when left open. Bradley also has a big wingspan which allows him to be a good shot blocker.

Class of 2018

Braeden Wilson (6'4 SF Lewiston, ID) - Wilson came off the bench and showed a lot of energy and activity. He has good instincts for the game and though a little raw, did a good job getting involved in plays. Wilson was a good defender and showed a nice mid-range game.

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